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Table 1 Demographic and clinical SCI characteristics data of the recruited study participants

From: Home-based rehabilitation using a soft robotic hand glove device leads to improvement in hand function in people with chronic spinal cord injury:a pilot study

Parti #. Age Gender N. level AIS UEMS Time since SCI(m) T. Hand # A. Sessions
CP01 45 F C2 D 20 17 R 4
CP02 44 M C3 D 25 14 R 4
CP03 33 F C2 C 13 54 L 1
CP04 54 F C5 D 9 120 R 1
CP05 55 M C2 D 18 27 L 4
CP06 51 F C2 C 14 192 L 4
CP07 51 M C4 D 24 28 R 1
CP08 50 M C2 C 19 25 L 4
CP09 59 M C5 D 16 14 L 4
CP10 56 M C3 D 21 20 R 2
CP11 38 M C4 D 13 39 R 4
CP12 a 56 M C3 UT 22 68 L 4*
CP13 57 M C4 D 23 60 R 2
CP14 60 M C3 D 25 16 R 4
CP15 46 M C3 D 12 63 L 4
  1. Parti. #, Participant number; N. level, Neurological level; AIS, American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale; UEMS, Upper Extremity Motor Score; m, months; T. hand, Treated hand; # A. Sessions, Number of assessment sessions; F, Female; M, Male; R, Right; L, Left; UT, Untestable. a, participant had four sessions but only two were applicable to the study analysis